Arthritis? It"s no laughing matter, says comedian Ella Kenion

Arthritis It's no laughing matter, says comedian Ella Kenion whose agonising condition, triggered by food poisoning – almost ended her showbiz dream Actress Ella Kenion got rheumatic disease Reiter’s syndrom aged 18The pain in her joints nearly kept her from following her dream of acting | UPDATED: 15:47 GMT, 25 November 2012 Light touch: Ella's recent weight loss has helped with her joint problems From playing the world’s laziest cleaner, Mrs Cakeworthy, in The Green Green Grass to a long-suffering teacher in The Catherine Tate Show, Ella Kenion has never been shy about taking on unglamorous roles.

Arthritis? It"s no laughing matter, says comedian Ella Kenion whose agonising condition, triggered by food poisoning – almost ended her showbiz…

Arthritis It's no laughing matter, says comedian Ella Kenion whose agonising condition, triggered by food poisoning – almost ended her showbiz dream Actress Ella Kenion got rheumatic disease Reiter&#8217;s syndrom aged 18The pain in her joints nearly kept her from following her dream of acting<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 00:54 GMT, 25 November 2012 </p> <br> <img src="http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/11/24/article-2237870-16315539000005DC-911_306x708.jpg" width="306" height="708" alt="Light touch: Ella's recent weight loss has helped with her joint problems" class="blkBorder" /> <p class="imageCaption">Light touch: Ella's recent weight loss has helped with her joint problems</p> <p>From playing the world&#8217;s laziest cleaner, Mrs Cakeworthy, in The Green Green Grass to a long-suffering teacher in The Catherine Tate Show, Ella Kenion has never been shy about taking on unglamorous roles.

Mother calls for education for asthma sufferers after son, nine, died from attack

Mother calls for education for asthma sufferers after son, nine, died from attack Brown inhaler has a low dose of steroids but must be taken regularly to build up resistance in the lungsBlue inhaler works to open up airways during an attack, but can do little once airways close His local GP practice has now stopped repeat prescriptions of inhalers and opted to assess children each time to monitor their condition and compliance | UPDATED: 18:48 GMT, 3 October 2012 A 'dynamo' boy of nine died from a severe asthma attack after he refused to let the condition spoil his love of playing with friends and family.

It"s good to argue: Teenagers more likely to resist drink and drugs if they row with their parents

It's good to argue: Teenagers more likely to resist drink and drugs if they row with their parents Teens who learn to express their opinions are better able to resist peer pressure, finds study | UPDATED: 16:49 GMT, 19 June 2012 It is kind of thing that most parents would do their best to avoid.

School-run mums set up fight on Facebook and brawled at 9am after dropping off their children

School-run mums set up fight on Facebook and brawled at 9am after dropping off their children. Mothers fell out in online dispute over who should be invited to a partyLorraine Couper, 30, told Joanna McVey, 25, to bring an AK47 assault rifle with her for the fight

Woman has to lie "upside-down" for 75 DAYS to save lives of her two premature children

In labour for 75 days! Triplets' mother spent it all lying upside down to save two babies Joanna Krzysztonek lost one of her triplets at just 22 weeksDrugs eased contractions, umbilical cord tied and put back in the uterusHad to lie almost upside down for more than 10 weeks | UPDATED: 22:29 GMT, 9 March 2012 However long it lasts, labour is a gruelling affair.

Cycling champion Joanna Rowsell: Alopecia spurred me on to gold medal success

Losing my hair has made me a winner: Brave cycling champ, 23, steps on to the podium without her wig after unexpected gold medal Joanna Rowsell has alopecia areata – a condition where the immune system attacks the hair folliclesIt's spurred me on to be even more focused, she says When cycling world champion Joanna Rowsell stepped onto the podium in the Olympic Velodrome on Saturday, she had every reason to be thrilled with her achievement.